Putting the bounce back into the East Region

Competitions

This section provides details of competitions such as :-

  • Upcoming competitions and entry forms
  • Results of previous competitions (2016, 2015)
  • Links to BG competition related material – e.g. Competition Handbook, BG Gala dates
  • Links to routine details and a routine building tool
  • A guide for officials on what the different official roles are
  • A guide for parents and bouncers on what to expect at a competition
  • TSCORE material (TSCORE is the software used to schedule and run the competitions)

Competitions

Competitions and other events we know about are as follows:

Open Competitions

Open competitions will normally be run using the East Region Open Structure allowing competitors following either grades or NDP to compete alongside each other.

Outline of the East Region Open Structure

  1. Grades will be defined according to the difficulty score of the (first if more than one) set routine (irrespective of whether it is a 9 or 10 move routine).
  2. In order to map onto existing regional championship perpetual trophies we will have the same number of levels as the original grading system.
  3. Set routines must be either a recognized NDP or Trampoline East Grading routine with the entry form making clear which format is being used by each competitor so judges know how to mark the beginning of the routines (other set routines, e.g. London Region, may be accepted if the organizers wish although full details will be required for tariff judges & chairs).
  4. Competitors must perform either a set that they have previously competed in regional competition or one for which they have qualified. (The region’s technical sub-committee will arbitrate on any issues arising from this).
  5. Voluntary routines are a free choice (i.e. no mandated repeat of, or alternate, set) but must be within the tariff constraints which are intended to permit a routine that could be the next higher set whilst discouraging a ‘simpler’ routine (the minimum in each case could be ‘repeat of set’ of course).  Failure to adhere to the minimum limits will result in a 0.5 deduction per judge, routines exceeding the maximum will be capped.
  6. Tariff will be awarded from Band 3 upwards.
  7. Qualification between grade bands to be awarded on achieving an aggregate form score over 2 rounds of 45.0 or greater. (Although clubs may award qualification according to either NDP or Trampoline-East grades criteria if they prefer).
  8. Where NDP  routines require a 6-bounce and arm-set start judges will award this a deduction of 0.2 or 0.3 (judges discretion), no bonuses will be given.
  9. All incomplete routines will receive a score reflecting the number of moves completed.
  10. The agreed bands based on tariff ranges are as follows:

Individual trampoline

The Mapped Routines column is intended only for guidance, the defining requirement will be the difficulty of the declared set routine.

Grade Set Range Voluntary Range Mapped Routines
Band N Novice Novice See below.   (Optional Band)
Band 0 DD <0.7 DD ≤1.0 I, CDP1  (Optional Band)
Band 1 DD ≥ 0.7, ≤1.0 DD ≥ 0.7 , ≤ 2.5 H, CDP2
Band 2 DD ≥ 1.0, ≤1.5 DD ≥ 1.0 , ≤ 1.5 G, NDP1
Band 3 DD > 1.5, ≤2.5 DD ≥ 1.5 , ≤ 3.0 F, NDP2, NDP3
Band 4 DD > 2.5, ≤3.0 DD ≥ 2.5 , ≤ 5.0 E, NDP4
Band 5 DD > 3.0, ≤5.0 DD ≥ 3.0 , ≤ 6.5 D, T2K L3, NDP5, NDP6, U13 NDP7, U11 NDP8, U11 WAGC
Band 6 DD > 5.0, ≤ 6.5 DD > 5.0, ≤ 8.5 C, T2K L2, O12 NDP7, O10/U17 NDP8
Band 7 FIG No restriction B+, T2K L1, O16 NDP8

Tariff will be awarded for voluntary routines from Band 3 upwards.

Some organisers may wish to add a Novice Band with the following routine:

  1. Straddle
  2. Seat landing
  3. to feet
  4. Tuck
  5. 1/2 twist
  6. Pike
  7. Seat Landing
  8. 1/2 twist to feet
  9. Tuck
  10. Full twist

DMT

In order to promote participation in the discipline of Double Mini Trampoline at the Trampoline East Regional Championships, this competition will have a different format to that of the Regional Qualification events.

Some clubs have expressed that the prescriptive nature of the National Development Plan levels for DMT has prevented some of their gymnasts from competing so far this year. In response to this Phil has devised a competition format comprising entirely voluntary passes, with bands of degree of difficulty (DD) determining which group a gymnast should enter.

Competing a pass that falls below the lower limit will result in a deduction of 0.5 from each execution judge, passes exceeding the limit will be capped.

Band 1 max DD of 0.7 in each pass
Band 2 DD of between 0.6 – 1.3 in each pass (every pass must contain a somersault)
Band 3 DD of between 1.2 – 2.2 in each pass
Band 4 DD of between 2.1 – 4.4 in each pass
Band 5 minimum DD of 4.3 in each pass

 

Any questions about competitions to competitions@trampoline-east.org.

Competition Downloads will all be posted in the relevant year page in the menu above under Competitions.

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